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What is the correct tire pressure for my Sebring 2008?

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Jessica Howe, Automotive Expert & Coach at AskPatty.com

Hello, 

Thank you for writing in. If you have stock sized tires, they need to be kept at 32 PSI. Remember that as you drive your car, the air inside the tires heats up, which also causes the tire pressure to increase. The measurement of 32 PSI is a "Cold Measurement". Your tires should measure 32 PSI after your car has been sitting, or has not been driven for very long. 

If you run a larger or smaller tire, the recommended pressure may change. If you can always find the tire manufacture's recommended tire pressure stamped into the sidewall of the tire. Your vehicle manufacture's recommended tire pressure for stock tires can be found on a label located on the driver's door panel.


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